Perhaps the most noteworthy addition to EndNote is the least invisible: EndNoteSync. EndNote X6 adds automatic backup and synchronization across devices. In addition to accessing and editing your library in a Web browser (EndNote Web), EndNote also supports synchronization across multiple devices, thanks to a generous five gigabytes of storage. I say devices because earlier this year Thomson Reuters launched an iPad app ($10), which automatically synchronizes with your desktop library. In contrast to this rather inviting app, EndNote's desktop application looks a bit long about the tooth (though you can judge for yourself by viewing the slideshow). The next desktop version of EndNote would do well to embrace that mobile finesse, and draw from visually enticing competitors Mendeley and Papers, both of which employ more Mac-friendly iconography and tabbed structures.
- You can import Refer/BibIX, RIS, and various EndNote formats, but with uneven success
- If your organization or university supports the software, EndNote is an easy pick
- For example, Papers welcomes EndNote libraries, and Mendeley offers to synchronize with Zotero
- If your organisation or university supports the software, EndNote is an easy pick
- EndNote is an expensive investment in terms of both money and time
- With the EndNote XML import, I retained PDFs, but lost folder hierarchy
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With the authentication path and connection file, I could perform all the searches I needed without leaving the application. When I found an article or book of interest, I could add its metadata to – or create on the fly – a folder (which EndNote (https://karinka-selo.ru/hack/?patch=3882) calls a Group). Similar to Papers' Smart Collections, EndNote also allows users to create a dynamic folder around a set of criteria (Smart Groups).
Even with the student discount, EndNote's price is steep, to say nothing of the time investment
Using EndNote X6 ($249/95) is a commitment. For those just entering electronic reference management, it may be too much to take on: too high a price, too much upfront configuration, too steep a learning curve. But there are plenty of reasons to take the plunge. Backed by Thompson Reuters and adopted by universities across the world, EndNote has earned vast institutional support—support that, if available, may level aforementioned barriers to entry.
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Having now tested several of EndNote's alternatives, I assumed that I could intuitively find my way around the software off the bat. But it immediately became clear that wasn’t the case: EndNote has a learning curve, not an insurmountable one, but a learning curve nevertheless.
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EndNote enables researchers to retrieve article PDFs by means of a two-step process: Once you have retrieved metadata, you can right click on an article and select Find Full Text. To access this feature, however, I learned that you need something called an OpenURL path. After languorous communication with my university library and IT department, I learned that the servers did not support OpenURL, which meant that I could not test this feature. Such an omission need not prevent researchers from taking the more circuitous path of downloading PDFs and associating them with metadata.
A major commitment it might be, but EndNote will be the last one you make for some time
This is not to suggest that you must go it alone: EndNote is no tech startup, and you can always speak to a human being (I relied on more than one in my testing). Certainly, there are simpler options out there, such as Zotero 3, when it comes to tracking, managing, and sharing citations. However, for those seeking the most time-tested, feature-rich reference software, EndNote (i thought about this) still has the final word.
Whether you ought to invest in EndNote depends a great deal on your circumstances. If your organisation or university supports the software, EndNote is an easy pick. If, instead, you are venturing into reference management on your lonesome, you might begin with a 30-day trial. EndNote is an expensive investment in terms of both money and time.
Using EndNote X6 is a commitment. For those just entering the world of electronic reference management, it may be too much to take on: Too high a price – at £191 – not to mention too much upfront configuration, and too steep a learning curve. But there are plenty of reasons to take the plunge. Backed by Thompson Reuters and adopted by universities across the world, EndNote has earned vast institutional support – support that, if available, may level the aforementioned barriers to entry.
I say devices because earlier this year Thomson Reuters launched an iPad app (£7) which automatically synchronises with your desktop library (see the image above). In contrast to this rather inviting app, EndNote's desktop application looks a bit long in the tooth. The next desktop version of EndNote (https://karinka-selo.ru/hack/?patch=6323) would do well to embrace that mobile finesse, and draw from visually enticing competitors Mendeley and Papers, both of which employ more Mac-friendly iconography and tabbed structures.